Ontario's Notary - Services and Fees

Services and Fees

As a full service company, our notarial offering is comprehensive, and is backed by a high degree of knowledge, professionalism and candor.

Our fee schedule per notarization, or embossing, or certification of copy, or commissioning of oath is as follows:
  • first - $45
  • second - $35
  • third - $25
  • fourth - $15
  • fifth and subsequents - $10 each
Payment can be made by Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Debit or cash.

Our services are delivered by the following experienced personnel:
  • Jide Afolabi - lead lawyer and notary public
  • Farooq Rafiq - contracted lawyer and notary public
  • Ifeoluwa Adebiyi - legal assistant and commissioner of oaths
Below is what we offer. To find out about a service, simply click on it.

An affidavit is a document containing a statement or statements that someone - the deponent - swears to be true to the best of their knowledge.

Authentication & Legalization
Documents notarized in Canada for use abroad must go through a process of "authentication" and "legalization" in order to be valid in the foreign jurisdiction.

Certified True Copies
It is sometimes necessary to obtain and use copies of a document rather than the actual document itself. Also, in some instances, it may be necessary to swear as to the veracity of an online document or e-document.

Commissioner of Oaths
Commissioners of Oaths are persons provincially empowered to administer and witness the swearing of oaths or solemn affirmations in the taking of an affidavit for any legal matter.

Consent to Travel Documents
As a result of concern for the safety of children, most governments - including Canada’s - now possess special requirements with regard to the travel of children under the age of majority, typically 18 years of age, should such travel be undertaken without both parents.

Statutory Declarations
A statutory declaration is a written summary of facts which the declarant solemnly states to be true before signing. A statutory declaration is not sworn; rather, it is affirmed to be true and must be witnessed by a notary public.

Marriage Abroad
If planning a wedding abroad, it is of great importance that you get all of the required documents before leaving. In most instances, you’ll require a “Statement in Lieu of a Certificate of Non-Impediment to Marriage Abroad”, issued by authorities in Canada.

Urgent Notary
A notary public is a government-appointed official witness to the execution (signing and other legalization) of documents. A notary also administers oaths, solemn affirmations, and declarations for the purposes of affidavits and statutory declarations.

Powers of Attorney
A Power of Attorney is a legal document that gives someone else the right and capacity to act on another’s behalf.